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An IT infrastructure to rethink the way you manage your data center

It is no secret that the old tried-and-true approach to data center management is falling short. If IT delays or is too inflexible, most likely you will go right ahead and download an application—whether it is secure and enterprise-capable or not.

It is time for your IT to rethink how it builds and manages your data center.

This white paper introduces an IT infrastructure that uses a unique approach to convergence by providing a bridge between legacy architectures and evolving cloud and big data models.

Read on to learn detailed information about some of the benefits this infrastructure can offer your data center including:

  • Simplified deployment
  • Ease of maintenance and support
  • Reduced overall cost and footprint
  • Increased application performance
  • Flexibility in deployment, application mix, and scalability

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